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Thursday, September 15, 2011
92Y Culture Klatsch Q&A With Michael Crummey


Canadian Michael Crummey’s newest novel, Galore, returns readers to the place of his birth – Newfoundland and Labrador and spans a century in the folkloric life of a hardscrabble fishing community. Read a review at The Washington Post.

His previous book, River Thieves, became a Canadian bestseller and also garnered numerous awards and short-list honors for Canada’s prestigious Giller Prize. On September 19 at 92YTribeca, Crummey will help us celebrate the Upper North Side, a “Little Canada” of sorts that highlights the artistic innovation of our neighbors to the north.

Today, we learn about Crummey’s media and culture diet by way of the 92Y Culture Klastch Q&A. His favorite piece of art in his home? “A portrait of my wife at the age of eighteen, face and eyes into a chunk of watermelon...”

Where do you go for news when you start your day?
I usually start my day with an hour or so of Sports Centre on TSN (the Canadian equivalent of ESPN). That’s as much “news” as I can handle first thing in the morning.

What are your favorite websites?
Big fan of although it’s on hiatus at the moment. And spend an inordinate amount of time listening to new music on

How much do you use Twitter and Facebook (or other social networking services)?
I creep on my wife’s Facebook account occasionally. But so far have kept my hands clean of both.


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